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Revista Cubana de Cirugía

versión impresa ISSN 0034-7493versión On-line ISSN 1561-2945

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GONZALEZ PAEZ, Alexis  y  HERNANDEZ SUAREZ, Blas. Aspectos históricos de la anestesia espinal en Cuba (Primera parte). Rev Cubana Cir [online]. 2003, vol.42, n.3. ISSN 0034-7493.

The history of spinal anesthesia in Cuba dates back to December 6th,1900, just two years after August Bier, in the hands of Dr Enrique Nuñez. But it was not until 1901 that his article was published in "El Progreso Médico" . After the first practices, spinal anesthesia was almost neglected until drug estovaina appeared; then Dr Enrique B. Barnet and Dr Donato González Mármol put this anesthesia into practice in surgery. In the 6th National Medical Congress in 1924, the procedure was properly appraised and it was concluded that it could not be a generalized anesthetic method because of its counter-indications and side effects. In the National Medical Congress of 1927, Dr Jaime de la Guardia´s papers were submitted and also reports of the use of spinal anesthesia by Dr Juan O. Hernández, Dr Porfirio Verdes, Dr Ricardo de la Flor, Dr J. Garciso, Cuervo, Pino y Castro were presented. The new century and millenium represented the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the first application of spinal anesthesia in our country (1900-2000), keeping the Cuban Anesthesiology in line with the rest of the world

Palabras clave : ANESTHESIA [history]; CUBA.

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